State releases school ratings after being criticized for trying to delay until after election

The State released school ratings after being criticized for trying to delay the release until after the election.

KTVZ reports Oregon graduation rates are third worst in the country, at 77-percent.

Rates in Central Oregon were:

Bend – 90-percent, up 4-percent

Summit – 91-percent, up 4-percent

Mountain View – 83-percent, down 2-percent

La Pine – 70-percent, down 6-percent,

Redmond – 75-percent down 4-percent

Ridgeview – 85-percent, up 3-percent

Sisters – 87-percent, up 1-percent

Crook County – 90-percent, unchanged

Madras – 79-percent, up 19-percent

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